We are one body

We are All Saints

A fun, friendly Christian community. Our 10 o’ clock Sunday celebrations blend informality, reverence, and stillness with traditional hymns and great music from around the world. A thriving Sunday School caters for the 4-11s.

Here at All Saints, Queen’s Park, Bedford, we are a diverse and inclusive community. We are dedicated to the service of God, as shown in our worship and in our service in the world. We love meeting new people. We love eating together. And we love to laugh.

You may be wanting to explore the Christian faith, or you may be looking for a church family for you and your children. You may just like the music. Whoever you are, we hope this website will give you a flavour of All Saints, and we promise you a warm welcome when we see you in person.

ADVANCE NOTICES

Please note that the next meeting of the PCC is due to be held at the Vicarage on Wednesday, 29th January beginning at 7.30pm.

We hold our monthly Whist Drive on Friday 31st January at
10.30 a.m. This will be followed by a Fish and Chip lunch in the Parish Room. See details at the back of church or speak with Brenda.

SAINTS & SINNERS (The sequel)
The Queen, Preston Road
Saturday 1st February
Sign up by 7.30pm, Quiz starts at 8pm.

 

All Saint Church Safeguarding Compliance Statement

We can confirm that All Saint Church is taking action to be compliant with the duty undersection 5 of the Safeguarding and Clergy Discipline Measure 2016 (duty to have due regard to House of Bishops’ guidance on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
We have adopted House of Bishops Safeguarding Policies and Practice Guidance?
We have adopted ‘Promoting a Safer Church’ policy statement and ‘Domestic Abuse’ parish statement and will be available on our display board and website.
We comply with the Safer Recruitment Practice Guidance of July 2016
Merle Jackson shall continue to be our Safe Guarding officer and her contact details can be found on the notice in church or in the Safe Guarding Page on the Church Website.
As part of her role she reports annually to the PCC and the Annual Parochial Church Meeting
The PCC members have received Safe Guarding training within the last three months and we are in the process of rolling this out to other adult leaders and volunteers where it is deemed appropriate.
All children and adult leaders/volunteers been recruited safely and do they have DBS checks (refreshed every five years)?
We have adequate insurance cover for all activities involving children or adults undertaken in the name of the parish?
The Church has a system in place for flagging children for whom there are safeguarding concerns.
The Church has a robust training strategy in place with regard to delivering safeguarding training (both safeguarding children and safeguarding adults).

When?

10am every Sunday

Where?

98 Iddesleigh Road, Queen’s Park, Bedford, MK40 4LQ

What?

Sunday Eucharist, Sunday School